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tonight. one the health of the u.s. secretary of state. hillary clinton is in the hospital right now with a blood clot. stay right there. full details on her condition and prognosis. also tonight, say the words with me here, fiscal cliff. no vote yet, no agreement yet. and not a lot of time left. can you say one more day? we're going to start with the secretary of state, hillary clinton, hospitalized with a blood clot. it was discovered today during a follow-up exam. doctors say it is related to a concussion she suffered earlier this month. you'll recall the former first lady was suffering from a stomach virus when she fainted. i want to bring in cnn's chief medical correspondent, dr. sanjay gupta. she was just cleared to return to work this week, and now this. >> first of all, there are a couple things that are important. admittedly, the details are vague, don. it sounds like she went in for a routine exam, they found a clot, a blood clot, they did not specify where this clot was located. she's hospitalized on blood thinners, anti-coagulants, as you mentioned. these are important po
. >>> and what does hillary clinton have in common with wisconsin congressman paul ryan? our new poll says it all. >>> you are looking at the center of attention for this afternoon. the senate where they are still trying to work out a deal to avoid a fiscal cliff. just watching and keeping an eye on things so we'll bring you the latest developments as they happen. when they do, we'll bring them to you. >>> deal or no deal -- that is the $64,000 question. and this is not a game show. we're talking about of course, the high-stakes politics in washington that will impact every american family. the fiscal cliff is here. and we all go over it in two days. unless the president and congress are able to come up with some kind of budget deal. so let's bring in brian monroe. the editor of cnn politics.com and he's joining us from san antonio, texas. brian, no one wants their taxes to go up. we know come tuesday, everyone who gets a paycheck will get less money in it unless a deal is reached. i know you've been talking to people and getting the pulse of the country, what are they saying to you? >> you know,
? >> joe for 98% income tax rates will not go up to the clinton era levels. it means if you're unemployed and you've got your last unemployment benefits check, the federal unemployment benefits check last friday, will you get another check. unemployment benefits have been extended. if you're a teacher who writes off supplies you buy for your classroom you're able to do that. if you're a doctor you're not getting a pay cut because of your medicare reimbursement falling off the fiscal cliff so a lot of different corners of society are not going to see their taxes rise but i really want to point out the payroll tax holiday was not part of this deal. for 160 million of you, 160 million of you, you're going to see higher social security taxes, you're going to see a lower paycheck, slightly lower from $10 to $40 depending on how much you earn every two week less out of your pocket so the payroll tax holiday always meant to be temporary, not part of this so that is a bite that people will feel. joe? >> christine, rates are not going up for people making between $250,000 and $400,000 but it turns
is in this measure. tax increase or taxes to -- would go back to the clinton levels for people who make $400,000 a year, or households that make $450,000 a year. and there would be an extension of unemployment benefits for some 2 million americans. we would see an increase in the estate tax, but not an absolute increase to what it was going to be. and they're still working out whether or not there will be a delay in these jump -- these big spending cuts. now, this is -- a lot of this is a big democratic win and the reason we're seeing such a democratic win is because they do need so many democratic votes. especially in the house of representatives, for this to succeed. there are spending cuts in this that would still be included in order to get republicans on their -- on the team. and that hasn't been detailed. why? because it was the president talking to democrats. we have to hear from the republican side, joe, to get the republican spin on what is in the package. there is a lot more to talk about from the president's perspective, a lot of people are asking me who is behind him, but i'll le
secretary hillary clinton's blood clot as well as treatment. . >>> we know secretary of state hillary clinton's blood clot is located between her brain and her skull and behind her right ear. doctors are treating her with blood thins are and expect her to make a full recovery. dr. sanjay gupta look house serious the blood clot is. >> specifically, where the blood clot is located, remember, before we knew that she had a blood clot she was getting blood thinning medication and we could surmise from that that the blood clot itself wasn't located on top of the brain because if it was pushing on the brain, blood-thinning medication would worsen that, make that pressure on the brain even worse. let me show you by way of mod. this is on the right side of her head but i'll show you the left side of the head for the model. you have the brain. if the clot was pushing on the br brain you wouldn't give blood thinning medication. in this case the blood clot is located in one of the blood vessels inside the brain, a vessel that drains blood away from the brain. it's the sinus here. in her case it's
. secretary of state hillary clinton is in the hospital because doctors discovered she had a blood clot. it was found during a followup exam for the concussion she suffered earlier this month. she was suffering from a virus and was dehydrated at that time. doctors say they will keep her in the hospital for 48 hours to monitor her condition. >>> after 80 years on the newsstand "newsweek" is going all digital which means you can only read it online. the final issue baring today's date has #lastprintissue stamped across the cover. the growing use of tablet computers by readers combined with weakness in print advertising led to this decision. >>> oregon state police are trying to figure out why a charter bus skidded off a highway and tumbled 200 feet down a snowy embankment. many of the passengers were ejected as it rolled down the hill. 9 people died and two dozen others were hurt. the driver has not yet talked to investigators to determine exactly what happened there. the bus was returning to vancouver from las vegas. tyeah, its the galaxy note ii.re great. you can do two things at the sa
and couples who make $300,000 and higher, they are going to cap deductions back to the clinton era rates. so technically the president could say that for people making $250,000 and higher, they could pay a higher tax bill. accountants everywhere are trying to figure out what that's going to look like. >> you have to call your accountant. especially if you're a small business because sometimes those are the people. >> the other thing i love that you call them tax goodies. these are the things that save us money. not anymore. >> there are a few things that are going to continue. for teachers, there are goodies for teachers put back in there. an extension for expenses. a teacher spends $250 on supplies for the classroom, that's something you have been able to stay. parents, a whole host of parent tax credits will stay. so that's important. here's the interesting thing about the goodies. if you take them away, you miss them. but if you have them, it doesn't mean you're going to spend that money. so we use our tax code to reward certain kinds of behavior. so that's what we're watching. >> now tha
clinton is waking up now in a new york hospital. she is being treated for a blood clot that formed after her fall and concussion that happened a few weeks ago. want to bring in dr. sanjay gupta, our chief medical correspondent. sanjay, explain this for us because, first of all, when you think about it, she developed this blood clot related to a concussion. you would think maybe the clot formed in the brain, but that's not necessarily the case. >> no, it's not necessarily the case. and i think saying it's related to the concussion, that may be putting that wrong impression possibly in people's minds. there's a really simple reason why, suzanne. she's being treated with blood thinners, or anti-coagulants. if this were a blood clot on top of the brain or around the brain, you wouldn't do that because that could worsen the bleeding and prevent an operation from being performed, if that is necessary. again, no one is saying that's the case here. you're absolutely right. the typical sort of blood clots that are treated with blood thinners are something known as dvt, for example, you may have h
was 78. >>> secretary of state hillary clinton will be back at work next week. she's been at home for three weeks, recovering from the stomach flu, when she fainted and suffered a concussion. clinton promised to testify next month before congress on the deadly attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi. >>> former president h.w. bush is in intensive care, still in intensive care this morning. the 88-year-old is being treated for an elevated fever. doctors were initially treating bush for bronchitis and a cough when he was first hospitalized last month. his family says they are confidence he'll be released soon. >>> ford living up to its go further tag line. over the next two years the automaker says it will spend $773 million to expand six manufacturing plants in southeastern michigan. the investment will add more than 2,300 jobs in the state and it's part of ford's pledge in october to add 12,000 jobs and invest more than $6 billion in the u.s. by 2015. >>> sticking with our auto theme "consumer reports" is out with the list of best value cars. alison kosik at the new york stock ex
at the very top to let their tax rates go back to clinton levels. so that is what was set to happen in the new year anyway. it only hits the very top earners. then the next level of the deal, households that earn $450,000 are the ones impacted by this. individuals who earn $400,000 a year are the ones who would see it go to clinton levels. the deal -- the emerging deal would also include as i understand an extension of unemployment benefits and a compromise on the estate tax that would allow a slight increase or something of an increase from where we are now but not an absolute jump to where it would be beginning tomorrow. now, if there were no deal. the big sticking point as dana is reporting is on the sequester, and just to point out, one of the big reasons democrats would not want it to be a three-month extension is because it would mean that spending cuts kick in right as the nation is heading into a fight over the debt ceiling. the debt ceiling is going to hit again in february, suzanne, and there will be another war over that between the democrats and republicans. add these spending cuts
.6%. that is the rate from when bill clinton was president. couples making $300,000 or more, they're going to have the cap on itemized deductions. benefits for the long term unemployed, those will be extended. and the most criticized point, the senate plan, will delay the sequester, that's right, those big automatic spending cuts and taxes by two months. but over that same time period, the plan allows for $12 billion to be cut from government programs. senior congressional correspondent dana bash is on capitol hill and, dana, does it even look like the house will vote today? because that's kind of crucial. >> it is a big open question, deb. i can tell you the reason why i'm standing in front of a -- maybe not so pretty white wall is because i'm down the hall from where republicans are meeting as we speak. house republicans. and you can hear at different times some clapping and different times other -- maybe not so happy noises coming from inside the meeting, but they are discussing the way forward. and what we're hearing from sources, again, this meeting is going on what we're hearing from sources
original. norman schwarzkopf was 78. >>> secretary of state hillary clinton will be back in the office next week. clinton has been recuperating at home from a stomach flu and a concussion suffered when she fainted and fell. her doctors have told her not to travel overseas for the next few weeks. but she is expected to testify before congress on the september attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi, libya. >>> put the harps back in the closet. that's the word from former president george h.w. bush's chief of staff. she says the condition of the 88-year-old former president is not dire. his family is expressing confidence that he will soon be released from an intensive care unit. he's been treated for a high fever at a houston hospital. >>> with the nation reeling from the tragedy in newtown, connecticut, and engaged in a national debate on gun control, chicago reaches a deadly milestone despite the toughest laws when it comes to owning firearms. >>> federal investigators arrested a new york city woman, they say she used the school's shooting in newtown as a way to make money. time for citi
schools and public schools. there's cops in the schools program was initiated in the 1990s by bill clinton. u no whether an individual school wants that kind of protection or doesn't want that kind of protection is really up to the individual school. when we made that statement, when wayne lapierre spoke about a week ago, he suggested that what has to happen, and what should happen, is in every school district, administrators, teachers and parents should sit down and ask what's needed to protect the students in had that school. some will want police officers there. others of them will want private security guards. some places may want volunteers to do it. we're willing to work with everybody on those questions, but the fact is that is not a crazy suggestion. let's not get into an argument about who teachers unions are mostly interested in. but the fact of the matter is in some schools -- and we're not urging that teachers be armed, but some school districts are armed today. and if the school district and the teachers want to do it that way, that's really up to them it seems to me. >> that
with 76% of the vote. kerry, as you know, is president obama's pick to succeed hillary clinton as secretary of state. if and when he's confirmed, that senate job will pass to a replacement chosen by the massachusetts governor. then to a win ere of a special election a few months later. a regular election will be held in 2014 when kerry's term would have ended. >>> should teachers be armed in the classroom? big question, lots of answers. about 200 educators in utah are mulling that over today after attending classes on firearm use and safety. the course of geared toward teachers. instructors are not trying to persuade teachers to carry guns in schools, but to provide the information and training they need in the wake of the newtown massacre. the classes have been going on for some time and some teachers are sold on the idea of arming themselves. others simply want to explore their options. >> i think it's important to have protection because if you don't have it, i feel like we're sitting ducks. >> we're going to help them understand where their moral code and value system reall
to what ron was saying. >> look, different circumstances. during the clinton era, we had great growth going on, you had peace in the world that was taking place. look, we have to enter two world wars two wars, nobody asks for 9/11, obviously in this country, we had to go out and you go out and talk about bush and everything else that happened and the slow growth that owe kaurntd lower interest rates and everything else. realistically, we had to raise our defense budget and everything else that took place, a completely different circumstance in the 1990s as it is now. >> we will come back and continue the conversation in a civil way. thank you. and this is the nokia lumia 920 from at&t. it's got live tiles so all my stuff's always right there in real-time. it's like the ultimate personal assistant. but i'm me, and me needs handlers. so i hired todd to handle it for me. todd, gimme that hollywood news! what's happening on twitter? you're trending! yes! you can't have a todd, but you can have your own personal assistant. i guess you could call it todd. [ male announcer ] the new nokia lu
s and clinton administration. you start to see more and more gun shops selling some of these weapons out of fear for that new regulation. so while many people say that the heart is in the right place and perhaps with shrinking municipal budgets it will take some private donorses to put these programs forward, it really seems to be a drop in the bucket. >> david, i want to talk to you about a completely different story, but one that you have been covering. the man who was pushed in front of the subway and died, the 46-year-old graphic designer from queens. i understand there has been an arrest made and there is new information about the woman accused of doing this. >> we just got off the phone with the queens district attorney and found out that the woman has been identified as erica mendez. she is a 31-year-old new york resident. and this woman has been charged with second degree murder. she has also been charged with a hate crime. if i can actually read from the statement here, it's -- the queen district attorney's statement says that "i pushed a muslim off the tracks because i hate
schools. cops in the school program was initiated in the 1990s by bill clinton. whether an individual school wants that protection or doesn't want that protection is really up to the individual school and when we made that statement, whether wayne la pierre spoke a week ago, what has to happen and should happen is in every school district, administrators, teacher skpes parents should sit down and ask what's needed to protect the students in that school. others want private security guards. there may be places where they want volunteers to do it. we are willing to work with everybody on the questions. >> how do educators feel about giving teachers firearms training? bob hinky is a principal at mountain crest high school. how do you feel about this? >> well, i think the teachers have that right and so i feel like it's okay, but i have some things i'm very concerned about. i personally wouldn't carry a gun or get a concealed weapon myself. the concerns i have is the concealed weapons, i have a friend who just received his a couple of years ago and through the training, they never used a
. the polar bears signed a large card to send to the town. >>> secretary of state hillary clinton is still in a new york hospital this morning after doctors discovered a blood clot between her brain and skull right behind her right ear. she's being treated with blood thinners and expected to be released after doctors set her medication dosage. her daughter chelsea tweeted a thank you to all for sending good thoughts my mom's way. grateful to all her doctors and that she'll make a full recovery. >>> four masked and armed robbers hit an apple store in central paris, making off with as much as $1.3 million of merchandise. now the robbers entered the ore afterhours on new year's eve while police were focusing on areas with revelers, people celebrating. the robbers loaded iphones, ipads and laptops in a van and sped away. >>> we are keeping an eye on this rally that we're seeing on wall street up 222 points if i'm looking at the board correctly after the deal on fiscal cliff and philadelphia mayor michael nutter has been a strong supporter of president obama during the recent presidential campa
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